Short Summary[edit | edit source]
Long Summary[edit | edit source]
The teams teleport into randomized positions in urban area A. Osamu sets up wires and uses Bagworm to hide from the other teams. The Ōji Unit targets Osamu as planned and searches in various locations. Yūma begins moving towards Chika's location to lure Ōji there. Ōji recognizes this and orders Kashio to move in another way with Bagworm. In response, Minamisawa uses Bagworm because there are two opponents on his side with it. Kashio manages to find the wires, which indicate Osamu's position. The other Ōji Unit members begin heading towards the wires, which pressures Osamu to hide or fight his pursuers. Vowing to avoid being defeated before any action like in Round 4, Osamu attracts Minamisawa and Kashio's attention by shooting Asteroid at a building, drawing them both in. Both agents move towards the shooting, only to find each other because Osamu is hiding.
Characters in order of appearance[edit | edit source]
Characters in italic are only seen briefly and have yet to make a proper appearance.
- Osamu Mikumo
- Tatsuhito Ikoma
- Satoshi Mizukami
- Kōji Oki
- Kai Minamisawa
- Yūma Kuga
- Chika Amatori
- Kazuaki Ōji
- Kazuki Kurauchi
- Yutaka Kashio
- Yuu Kunichika
- Isami Tōma
- Hiro Kitazoe
Triggers in order of appearance[edit | edit source]
Triggers in italic are only seen briefly and have yet to make a proper appearance.
Magazine-Tankōbon Differences[edit | edit source]
- In the magazine version of the chapter, Osamu’s thoughts of ‘This landscape…’Urban Area A’…!’ have been changed to ‘Kuga and Chika are on the opposite side…!’. This change removes the contradiction of the MAP being revealed before transmission occurs. Also, Osamu's Bagworm is on the verge of disappearing in the tankōbon version to adhere better to the two triggers at a time rule.